One hundred years ago, Kyiv’s population was 247,723. Our ancestors to pass on cultural heritage, but time goes on – and now we are creating new art and leaving behind a real wonder in the form of contemporary architecture or design. Now the population of Kyiv is 2,950 906 people, and this is almost 11 times more! More interesting people, more creative thoughts and more diverse talents! Prostir86 has made a selection of post-industrial products to help you feel the atmosphere of the country at the end of the last century and have aesthetic pleasure!
Dnepr candlesticks convey the atmosphere of Ukrainian streets in the 21st century. Inspired by Dnepropetrovsk – the industrial center of Ukraine, they reproduce the industrial design of the city of Dnipro. Small sculptures reminiscent of industrial panoramas can now stand anywhere in the interior.
Designer: Serhiy Gotvyansky
Brand: NOTT design
The GRID / S candlestick visually resembles an industrial object, which can be seen in any corner of Ukraine. Candle fire creates a post-industrial cozy atmosphere. A similar product design fits perfectly into a modern interior.
Brand: Hochu rayu. design bureau
IRON GATE wallpapers for the bathroom are resistant to soap, detergents, alcohol, alkalis and dilute acids. Thanks to the unique image, your home will get a new unique and interesting look.
Brand: The O
“Kyiv City” plaid is made with the love of Kyiv and loved ones. Each city is special because of its streets that create original lines on maps. Now warm memories can warm not only the soul …
The VOLKANO lamp has a natural sophisticated shape. When night comes, lava light fills the lamp and creates a hot atmosphere around it.
Designer: Sergey Makhno
Flight shadows are a shadow that symbolizes the memory that always lingers with us. No matter how far away we fly, we will still be left behind by the footprints on earth and affect the life of every creature we encounter.
Designer: Artem Zakharchenko
The hanger “Vatra” is a symbol of the hearth and carries the philosophical meaning: “Remember your roots and look at the world with your eyes and heart.”
Designer: Michael Samoriz